It boasts an impressive view over the fertile plains surrounding the river.
The Parador, situated on the banks of the Guadalete river, was formerly the Casa del Corregidor. It boasts an impressive view over the fertile plains surrounding the river, as well as the Arcos de la Frontera old town. It is an ideal starting point to embark on the wine and Pueblos Blancos (white villages) routes. Jerez de la Frontera and the fighting bull livestock farms are particularly interesting.
The hotel bedrooms with terraces provide some magnificent views of Arcos. The interior contains traditional Andalusian courtyards along with other decorative features, such as grilles and azulejería (blue and white ceramics).
Wooden beams, rugs and archways finish the Parador’s decoration. The restaurant offers a welcoming ambience and traditional dishes from the Sierra; corvina a la roteña (sea bass in a red pepper sauce), bull’s tail and a 12 course tasting menu.
- Canal plus
- Double Rooms (double beds): 5
- Places: 44
- Safety Deposit Box
- Single Rooms: 4
- Twin Rooms: 15
- Air conditioning
- Piped music
- Satellite Dish
- Wireless internet access (free)